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Gibraltar High School

Vikings girls burned by Blazers, face Sevastopol on Saturday

The Gibraltar girls basketball team could not keep pace with NEW Lutheran on Friday night, falling 58-45.


The Blazers only needed three players to score for them with Ebony Sinclair scoring 33 points as she registered 14 of the team's 22 made shots from the field. Ingrid Beaumont added 15 points and Lexie Meerstein chipped in 10 points.


Betsy Lecy drained three three-pointers en route to a team-high 14 points. Colleen Carlisle scored 11 points and Mikala Gorham registered nine points.


It does not get any easier for the Vikings as they head to Sevastopol on Saturday in Institute. The Pioneers have yet to drop a game in the Packerland Conference this season or any regular season game since December 20th. The Pioneers are coming off a weekend sweep of Owen-Withee and Mellen. Bailey Rikkola, Naomi Rikkola, and Kayla Ranly led the Pioneers in scoring in both games. Tip-off is set for 4:30 p.m.

Vikings girls head to Titletown to face NEW Lutheran

The Gibraltar girls basketball team will play their first of back-to-back games Friday night when they head to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran.


The Vikings are coming off a double-digit win for the Kewaunee Storm as they beat Gibraltar Monday night 56-34. The Vikings were down 21-18 at the break and tied the game at 30 before the Storm rattled off 12 straight points on four three's to put the game out of reach. Andie Schar led the way with 16 points, Colleen Carlisle added seven points and Mikala Gorham six.


The Blazers forced the Algoma Wolves to chase them for much of their game earlier this week, twice holding double digit leads in a 59-54 victory. The Blazers' Ebony Sinclair scored 18 of her game-high 24 points and Ingrid Beaumont registered 14 of her 20 points after the break.


Tip-off is 7:30 p.m.

Storm girls shoot past Vikings

A close game early in the second half turned into a double-digit win for the Kewaunee Storm as they beat Gibraltar Monday night 56-34.


The Vikings were down 21-18 at the break and tied the game at 30 before the Storm rattled off 12 straight points on four three's to put the game out of reach. Head coach Devin Thomas credited the Storm with great shooting in the second half en route to a night where they would make nine shots from behind the arc.


The Storm was led by Jade Kroll, who made three from deep on her way to a 15 point night. Lexi Hanrahan and Brianna Demmin each added 11 points in the Storm victory. For the Vikings, Andie Schar led the way with 16 points while Colleen Carlisle added seven points and Mikala Gorham six points. 

Vikings girls welcome Storm

The Gibraltar Vikings and Kewaunee Storm will square off against each other after their reprieve from Packerland girls' basketball play.


The Vikings dug themselves into a deep hole they could not dig out of in their 74-42 loss to Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Saturday afternoon. Andie Schar did her part to not let the score get any worse than they 47-17 point disadvantage in the second half, scoring 16 of her team-high 20 points after halftime. Mikala Gorham added eight points in the loss. 


The Storm lost their last game a week ago when they fell to Peshtigo 47-34. Jadelynn Kroll was the only Storm player to reach double figures with 12 points. Three others scored at least four points in the loss as the Storm dropped their eighth game in their last ten tries.


Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m.

First-half spoils Gibraltar girls' quest against Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team dug themselves into a deep hole they could not dig out of in their 74-42 loss to Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Saturday afternoon.


The Vikings found themselves down 49-17 after the first half after Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah's Kat Miller scored 19 of her 24 points in the opening stanza. Her partner-in-crime was Coryn Fromm, who picked up where Miller left off with 18 of her 31 points in the second half.


Andie Schar did her part to not let the score get any worse in the second half, scoring 16 of her team-high 20 points after halftime. Mikala Gorham added eight points in the loss. 

Vikings girls travel to Elkhart Lake to take on Resorters

Gibraltar will take the trip in girls basketball to Elkhart Lake to face Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah on Saturday evening. 


The Vikings currently sit at 2-11 overall, and have lost three straight close matchups after splitting their two before. Gibraltar has gotten most of their scoring from Andie Schar and Mikala Gorham, who average a combined 22 points per game. The Resorters are a high scoring team, averaging 53 points per game, so the Vikings will need to bring their defense on the road with them. 


Elkhart Lake has had the prime example of an up and down season, not winning or losing more than one game in a row since December. The Resorters are 7-7 overall and 4-6 in the North division of the Big East Conference. Coryn Fromm and Kat Miller are the dynamic scorers for the Resorters, averaging 18 and 17.4 points per game respectively. 


Tipoff from Elkhart Lake is set for 5:30 P.M. 

Gibraltar boys outlasts Algoma on U 102.1

In a seesaw battle between two Packerland Conference rivals, it was Gibraltar that delivered the final blow in a 58-53 victory Friday night at Algoma.


The Vikings took an early lead with Jake Schar pacing the offense with turnaround jumpers inside the arc and threes in transition to help the team build a 10 point lead. It was then the Wolves' Kaden Vardon's turn to take the reins of the game offensively. He scored 11 of his team-high 11 points in the first half to help the Wolves get back into the game. Coupled with a press defense and a timely three by Cody Kirchman, the Wolves turned the deficit into a one-point halftime advantage.


The Vikings would flip the script of the game from the opening whistle, going on a 11-1 run that would give them another 10-point lead in the contest. The Wolves flipped the switch again defensively as the Vikings struggled to get looks in the middle part of the second half while Algoma's offense whittled away at the deficit. The two teams would jockey for position the rest of the way until Schar's runner in the final minutes went in while he got fouled, leading him to convert the three-point play. Carl Burgess would ice the game away in the final seconds, converting three of his final four free throws bookending a stretched-out block by Will Friedenfels.

For the Vikings, Schar led the way with 26 points while Friedenfels added nine and Braden Sitte and Burgess each chipped in eight. Vardon was joined by Owen Robertson and Parker Lischka in double figures.


The Vikings will next play at Kewaunee on January 26th while the Wolves host Kewaunee on January 24th. 



Gibraltar, Algoma share similar road on U 102.1

There are a lot of similarities between Gibraltar and Algoma's boys' basketball programs heading into their Friday matchup at the Fulwiler Fieldhouse.


Both teams have adjusted to having new head coaches slide over a few seats to take the reins of the program as Travis Ward spent a few years under Justin Burress' guidance at Gibraltar and Eric Schneider coached the junior varsity at Algoma for a decade before moving up to varsity. The coaches have been tasked with replacing 1,000-point scorers with Gibraltar's Sam Lindenberg and Algoma's Carter Zimmerman graduating last year.


Both programs are also heading into the second half of the season on a high note after the pair were able at least to slow down a potent Southern Door offense in losses. The Wolves (5-8) outscored Stockbridge 45-10 in the second half of their 78-30 win earlier this week. Kaden Vardon and Owen Robertson are each averaging more than 10 points on the season. The Vikings saw Jake Schar and Carl Burgess each score over 20 points as they beat Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday to improve to 3-9.


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will have the call on U 102.1 and beginning at 7:15 p.m. followed by the opening tip at 7:30  p.m.


Click the links to listen to our coaches' interviews with Gibraltar's Travis Ward and Algoma's Eric Schneider.

Vikings boys sink Clippers on U 102.1

The Gibraltar Vikings started each half strongly and finished the game with a 67-58 win over Sturgeon Bay Tuesday night in Fish Creek. 


The Vikings started hot out of the gate with a 7-0 lead early. Behind great three-point shooting from Calvin Richard and Isaak Aune, the Clippers were able to reel in the Vikings to keep the game close. Carl Burgess was able to knock down three three-pointers of his own to help give the Vikings a 35-33 lead at the break. The two teams combine to hit 11 shots from behind the arc in the first half.

The Vikings came out firing on all cylinders in the second half, going on an 8-0 run in the opening minutes of the second half to build a 10-point lead early. The Clippers would respond once again with Garrett Ulberg hitting a pair of threes and their defense denying the Vikings the ability to set-up an inside game. The Vikings were able to get to the free-throw line and hit their shot when they needed to keep the Clippers at bay for their third win of the season and their second in the Packerland Conference.


Jake Schar led the Vikings with a game-high 23 points and Carl Burgess added 20 points in the victory. Will Friedenfels scored 12 points including a pair on a dunk in the second half.


Aune scored 22 points to lead the Clippers in the loss while Richard scored thirteen points, with the two combining to hit eight shots from deep. Three others scored at least six points in the loss.

The Vikings will travel to Algoma on Friday for a 7:30 p.m. game to air on U 102.1. The Clippers will be at home on Friday to welcome Kewaunee for a 7:30 p.m. game to air on 1033 The Clipper.


Gibraltar boys look to bounce Sturgeon Bay on U-1021

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team will try to break a two-game losing streak when Sturgeon Bay comes to Fish Creek on Tuesday.


The Vikings took a slim lead into the break against one of the Packerland front-runners on Friday night, but Drew Daoust scored 25 of his game-high 35 points in the second half of Southern Door's 55-47 win on Friday night. The Vikings would not get closer than four points after the 9-0 run, despite Sitte and Will Friedenfels each registering six of their 15 and 11 points, respectively in the second half. Carl Burgess contributed nine points to the cause in the Vikings' loss. 


The Clippers made the most of Jim Benesh's memory last Thursday in their win over the Algoma Wolves 58-35. Isaak Aune and Calvin Richard were the stars of the first half, and they continued it throughout the whole game. Aune hit two back-to-back step-back threes to officially sink the Wolves’ chances of mounting a comeback and sparking a huge run for the Clippers to get out to a 21-point lead.


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will have the call on U-1021 and beginning at 7:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.


Listen to our interview with Gibraltar Head Coach Travis Ward here

Second-half sinks Vikings girls against Wolverines

The Crivitz Wolverines erupted for 26 second-half points as they went on to beat the Gibraltar Vikings' girls' basketball team 43-32.


The Wolverines entered the break with a 17-12 advantage thanks to nine first half points from Lucy Gruszynski. She would go on to score 17 points in the game with the Pusick sisters combining to score 14 points in the second half to help the Wolverines extend their halftime advantage.


The Vikings' Mikala Gorham was the only player to have success offensively in both halves, scoring a team-high 11 points along the way. Andie Schar, who had been averaging 20 points per game the last few games, was held scoreless in the first half and ended the contest with seven points. Colleen Carlisle ended the game with six points.

Gibraltar girls look to get back into win column vs. Crivitz

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team are looking to snap another losing streak when they travel to Crivitz on Monday.


The Vikings have lost their last two games by a combined six points as they have gone 2-3 in 2023. That includes Saturday's 36-31 loss to Algoma that had them leading by four points at halftime. Andie Schar scored 17 points and Colleen Carlisle added nine points in the loss for the Vikings.


The Wolverines are also 2-10, but they are coming off a big 44-13 win over St. Thomas Aquinas in their last game. Lucy Gruszynski led the way with 14 points, exceeding her scoring average on the season.


Monday's game begins at 7:15 p.m.

Vikings girls battle Wolves in weekend matchup

The Gibraltar Vikings are set to take on the Algoma Wolves Saturday night, after a stretch of good basketball being played the past two weeks. 


The Vikings have gone 2-2 in their past four games, with their losses coming by an average of 5.5 points between the two games. Andie Schar is having a breakout season so far, as she contributed 20 of the 33 points scored in a one point loss to Gillett Thursday night. The Vikings now have 3 players who average above seven points in Schar, Colleen Carlisle and Mikala Gorham. 


The Wolves of Algoma have bounced back nicely since their four point loss on January 5th, winning their last 3 games over Green Bay East, Sturgeon Bay and Gresham Community. Teagen Luedke was the leader in the win over Gresham, as she piled in a season high of 13 points in a 54-32 win. 


Tip from Gibraltar is set for 7:30 P.M.

Vikings girls edged by Gillett

Andie Schar cracked 20 points on the night, but the Gillett Tigers were able to still hold on against the Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team 34-33.


Schar tried willing her team to victory in the second half after the Vikings entered the frame tied at 18 apiece. She scored 12 of her 20 points in the second half but accounted all but one of the made shots from the field (6-7) as the Tigers' defense clawed back. Mikala Gorham scored four points and Colleen Carlisle added three points. 


The Tigers had their own offensive star going against Schar as Cilena Guns scored 23 of the team's 34 points in the victory. Cheyenne Krueger added five points to the Tigers' ledger.

Gibraltar, Southern Door meet on U-1021

It is north versus south in a Packerland Conference battle in Brussels Friday night as Gibraltar travels to meet Southern Door.


The Vikings picked up their first conference win of the season last Saturday when they beat Sevastopol, but lost to the visiting Menominee Maroons 76-59 earlier this week. Jake Schar had another strong game offensively, erupting for 25 points, while Will Friedenfels chipped in 13 points. Vikings head coach Travis Ward says it has been nice to have Friedenfels back in the line-up after suffering an injury during the football season.

For the Eagles, it has been Drew Daoust racking up big point totals again this season as he has been averaging over 31 points per game. In their last game, Daoust was good in the first half, but got even better in the second as he scored 23 of his game-high 35 points after the break to lead the Eagles past Algoma 59-54. The Eagles got 11 points from Jared Hawkey and nine points from Taylor Schaefer. Head coach Josh Vandenbush says he has been impressed by the growth of his sophomore guard.

The Eagles and Vikings will battle each other on U-1021 and beginning at 7:15 p.m. followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m. with Tim Kowols and Gary Barta on the call. 


You can listen to the full interviews with Gibraltar head coach Travis Ward and Southern Door head coach Josh Vandenbush by clicking the links. 

Vikings girls look to build momentum versus Gillett

The Gibraltar Vikings girls basketball team will look to make it two wins in a row when they host Gillett in a non-conference matchup on Thursday night. 


After a 61-49 win over the Sturgeon Bay Clippers on Tuesday night, the Vikings will get right back on the court and try to keep their momentum swinging their way. A very strong performance from Andie Schar led the Vikings to their victory, as she got it done on both ends to improve on her impressive season so far. The supporting cast around her has been improving throughout the season as well, as Colleen Carlisle and Betsy Lecy have become reliable scorers for Gibraltar as well. 


Gillett has been strong so far this season, as they post a 6-4 record coming into the matchup, with a 4-4 record in the Marinette & Oconto Conference. Carleigh Kaczmarek has been the leader so far for the Tigers, as she has scored 15.8 points per game and 3 assists to go along with it. The Tigers defeated the Vikings last season in their matchup, winning 53-32. 


Tipoff from Fish Creek is set for 7:00 P.M. 

Gibraltar boys marooned by Menominee

The visiting Menominee Maroons from Michigan expanded on a nine-point halftime lead and toppled the Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team Tuesday night 76-59.


The Theuerkauf family made the most of their four-hour roundtrip between Menominee and Fish Creek. Trevor scored a team-high 26 points while Tanner added 18 points. Connor Coduti contributed 21 points in the victory that had the Maroons up 39-30 at the half. 


Jake Schar had another strong game offensively, erupting for 25 points, while Will Friedenfels chipped in 13 points. Two others contributed at least five points to the loss.


The Vikings will play at Southern Door on Friday. The game will be carried live on U-102.1 beginning at 7:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the tip-off with Tim Kowols and Gary Barta at 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar boys welcome out-of-state foe

The Gibraltar boys basketball team will play at home but went out of state for their Tuesday night opponent when Menominee (MI) comes to Fish Creek.


In their last game on Saturday, Carl Burgess played long ball Saturday night as Gibraltar beat Sevastopol 74-49. Burgess drilled four three-pointers en route to a game-high 16 points. Braden Sitte added 12 points, while four others scored at least six.


The Maroons are 4-3 on the season, including 1-1 against Wisconsin foes. After winning their border battle against Marinette on December 30th, the Maroons dropped their game against Escanaba.


The tip-off is at a special time of 7 p.m.



Vikings boys topple Pioneers

Carl Burgess played long ball Saturday night as Gibraltar beat Sevastopol 74-49.


Burgess drilled four three-pointers en route to a game-high 16 points. Braden Sitte added 12 points while four others scored at least six points.


For the Pioneers, Frankie DeYoung led the way with 12 points while Daniel Castillo and Lucas Delsart each added 11 points.


Both team each have two wins on the season. 

Vikings boys host Pioneers for fight for Packerland win

After Saturday, either the Gibraltar Vikings or Sevastopol Pioneers will have won their first Packerland conference game as the Vikings play host to the Pioneers. 


Gibraltar seems to be gaining some momentum once again as they welcomed back Will Friedenfels earlier this week, as he adds another dimension of offense and defense to the team. The past two losses for the Vikings have been 10 points or less, and against two quality opponents in Two Rivers and Oconto. Gibraltar will look to snap their current 5 game losing streak Saturday. 


Sevastopol will be fresh off of their second win of the season, as they defeated Stockbridge 56-47, after opening up a 11 point lead at the half. Lucas Delsart has shown his potential as a scorer at times this season, as the Sophomore has high games of 13, 12 and recently 16 in their Stockbridge win. The Pioneers will look to build some momentum potentially if they can sneak out of Fish Creek with a win. 


Tip in Gibraltar is set for 7:30 P.M. 

Vikings boys battle back in loss to Oconto

The Gibraltar Vikings are showing the signs of an improving team even as they fell to the Oconto Blue Devils 67-61 on Thursday in Fish Creek.


After being down by 11 at halftime, the Vikings outscored their visitors 34-29 to narrow the gap before being forced to bow at the end. 


Jake Schar had a break-out game after consecutive tough outings in conference games with a 26-point evening. Carl Burgess contributed 16 points and Braden Sitte chipped in 13 points, but Carter Koch (16 points) and Kadin Baxter (20 points) proved to be too much for the Vikings. The Blue Devils' combo combined for 36 points and set up Jackson Martin for his four three-pointers as he dueled the Vikings' Burgess and Schar from behind the arc.


Will Friedenfels scored six points in his second game back from injury.


The Vikings are back in action on Saturday when they face Sevastopol at 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar girls host Eagles

After picking up their first win of the season after rolling over Stockbridge, the Gibraltar Vikings girls basketball team will return to Packerland action against Southern Door. 


A resounding 50-9 win against the Panthers of Stockbridge could get Gibraltar going through the Packerland conference stretch they will be facing next. 0-4 overall in conference play, Gibraltar will search for their first win in the conference column. Colleen Carlisle was the leading scorer in the win with 14, but the Vikings had 2 other players score 12 points or more. The Vikings lost both matchups to the Eagles last season. 


For the Eagles, it is a chance to get another win overall and pick up their second win in Packerland play. It will also be a back to back for the Eagles, as they took on the Algoma Wolves on Thursday night as well. Southern Door overall is a team that can score in bunches, as they average around 56.1 points per game on the season so far. 


Tipoff from Southern Door is set for 7:30 P.M. 

Vikings boys set to host Packerland foe Oconto

Still searching for their first Packerland conference win, the Gibraltar Vikings boys basketball team will welcome in the Oconto Blue Devils for a Packerland Conference matchup. 


Gibraltar’s lone win remains the win over Wabeno/Laona back in early December, as the Vikings find themselves 1-6 overall and 0-3 in conference play. The team got a boost in the 52-62 loss Tuesday night as they welcomed back their top returning scorer from injury as Will Friedenfels dropped in 14 in his first game back. He will fit well next to an emerging Jake Schar, who’s scoring has dropped off from early in the season, but he still averages 17 points per game.


For Oconto, they have turned their season around since their December 6th loss to Sturgeon Bay that dropped them to .500. Since that game the Blue Devils have been 4-2 in their last six games, including a current 2 game win streak against non-conference opponents Chilton and Oconto Falls. 


Tip from Fish Creek is set for 7:30 P.M. 

Gibraltar girls dominate Stockbridge

The Gibraltar Vikings rolled to an easy 50-9 victory over Stockbridge on the road Tuesday night in non-conference girls' basketball action.


The Vikings took a commanding 34-5 lead into halftime and never looked back.


Colleen Carlisle led Gibraltar and a balanced attack with 14 points.  Andie Schar and Mikala Gorham each tallied 12 points to help the cause. 

Gibraltar boys fall to Two Rivers

The Gibraltar Vikings battled Tuesday night but came up short on a 62-52 loss to the Two Rivers Purple Raiders.  The Vikings fell behind 27-18 in the first half and could not overcome the deficit after halftime.  Jake Schar and Will Friendenfels scored 14 points each to lead Gibraltar, while Braden Sitte added 13 more.  Two Rivers was hot from the three-point line hitting 11 bombs, with Brady Richards scoring 29 points with five from beyond the arc.